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Test Type: Car - Incidents, accidents and emergencies
Number of Questions: 10
Pass Mark: 10
Car Theory Test Section Thirteen - Incidents, accidents and emergencies



1) Following a collision, someone has suffered a burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What is the shortest time it should be cooled for?




2) You arrive at an incident. A pedestrian has a severe bleeding leg wound. It is not broken and there is nothing in the wound.
What TWO of these should you do?

2 answers required





3) You have stopped at the scene of an incident where there are casualties. What should you do to help while waiting for the emergency services to arrive?




4) At an incident a casualty is unconscious but still breathing.
You should only move them if





5) You arrive at an incident where someone is suffering from severe burns.
You should





6) You suspect that an injured person may be suffering from shock.
What are the warning signs to look for?





7) An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road.
You should always





8) You arrive at the scene of a crash where someone is bleeding heavily from a wound in their arm. Nothing is embedded in the wound. What could you do to help?




9) You have broken down on a two-way road. You have a warning triangle.
You should place the warning triangle at least how far from your vehicle?





10) You are driving through a tunnel. There has been a collision and the car in front is on fire and blocking the road.
What should you do?






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